Wholistic Integrative Medicine: Intermediate
|Advisor||Dilip Sarkar, MD, FACS, CAP – Chair and Advisor, TI/CIMY|
|Sponsor||Center for Integrative Medicine and Yoga (CIMY)|
|Held||Summer 2010 (Poquoson, VA); Winter 2011 (Hampton, VA)|
Yoga has evolved as one of the most reliable, authentic and efficient health care systems available in society today. As a follow-on from the introductory class (CIM620), this seminar, part lecture and part practice of asanas, pranayams, and mudras, will explain how a daily practice of yoga can be used as a therapeutic tool for our health and healing. Yoga as therapy is Ayurveda, which is knowledge of life. Basic philosophy of Ayurveda and its relation to yoga will be discussed as well.
Part I focuses on Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy – Daily Practice for Health and Healling
Part II addresses Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy for Various Chronic Diseases
This seminar differs from previous levels and Yoga Therapy Retreats, in that it goes into more depth with lecture and different asanas about the theory behind ayurveda and yoga. It will consist of about half lecture and half practice, while other meetings include more practice time. Participants should bring their own yoga mats and other personal items. No textbook is required.
CERTIFICATE: A Certificate of Completion for 6 hours will be awarded to each participant at the end of the seminar.
DISCLAIMER: Attendance at this event is for personal growth, and entails no promise of employment.